Patton make jokes about everything from his recent broken foot, to how COVID made him "crazier than a barn full of pubes". ("Which to be fair, is a pretty crazy thing to do", Patton yelled, explaining that familiar feeling that everyone experienced while staying inside over the last couple of years.
What started as a quick shopping trip on a Saturday turned into a four hour ordeal... West Michigan Meijer Stores Cash and Check Only on Saturday. If you're like me, maybe you headed to a West Michigan Meijer store on Saturday, May 21, and were welcomed by a sign on the door stating, "We are currently experiencing issues accepting electronic payments... Cash and check transactions are being accepted."
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The tornado which devastatingly ripped through Gaylord yesterday is still being coped and dealt with, as one person has confirmed to have passed while over 40 have been injured. One woman shared her near death experience with multiple videos online while she was inside of a Hobby Lobby. Brittany Gunderson was shopping when the tornado, which many claim came out of nowhere, ripped through the store as she was frozen still:
Grand Rapids is saying goodbye to another restaurant. After more than a decade in business, Erb Thai at 950 Wealthy Street SE is permanently shutting its doors. The closure is immediate. The restaurant shared the news to Facebook, saying the closure is due to "many personal and family obstacles, along...
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From a thorn in Chief Brody’s side to a real life Chief Brody. The immortal classic Jaws was set on the fictional New England island of Amity, but the movie was mostly filmed on the real New England island of Martha’s Vineyard. And this week, the real Martha’s Vineyard, selected a new chief of police: Jonathan Searle. And in a twist of fate so beautiful it feels like something out of a movie, Jonathan Searle appeared in Steven Spielberg’s Jaws as one of the kids making life miserable for Chief Brody, when they disguise themselves as a shark and cause havoc on the beaches of Amity.
The weather is finally warming up, school is letting out, and everyone is itching to get to the lake to have some summer fun. But your summer adventures may get ruined this year if you're not careful about where you fill up this summer. If you're not new to lake...
Police have arrested a young Michigan man for hiding two loaded rifles on a playground near an elementary school. Why would a man hide loaded riffles on a playground near an elementary school? I'm sure that is one of many questions police will be asking a suspect they have in custody.
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Food truck season kicks off this weekend, but why do people in West Michigan love food trucks so much?. A food truck is exactly what its name says it is, a large motorized vehicle that can be a van, truck, or even on the back of a trailer that is equipped to prepare, cook, serve, and sell food.
It's looking like it might be a sweltering stay at home summer. So why not rent a pool and cool off?. The app and web site is called Swimply. It's like an AirBandB for renting pools. You simply open the app, punch in your zip code or city and you'll...
After more than three decades of serving Big Macs in Russia, McDonald's is permanently leaving the country following its invasion of Ukraine. In an official statement to the press, the company said their decision to exit Russia was "extremely difficult," however, due to the environmental instability of Russia amid the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine, "continued ownership of the business in Russia is no longer tenable, nor is it consistent with McDonald's values."
A new Eastown pizza joint is amping up excitement for its grand opening next week by offering the first 100 guests free pizza for a year!. Franca's Pizza on Wealthy St. Announces Grand Opening. Back in March we told you that the old Papa John's restaurant in Grand Rapids' Eastown...
It’s hard to imagine a popular series such as Seinfeld or Parks and Recreation ever being on thin ice, but it happens more often than you’d think. After all, it takes a lot to keep a show on air. A whole season of television costs a lot of money to produce, and sometimes a network is no longer willing to take that financial risk. As a show grows in popularity, there are cases — such as with Friends — in which the lead actors are paid a hefty sum to stay attached to the series.
All of us were so shocked at the sudden death of Naomi Judd. For many, it may have seemed as if the world stopped for a moment. She was so beloved, and together with daughter Wynonna, were just ready to embark on their first tour in many years. They, The Judds, were going to kick off that 11-city arena tour right here in Grand Rapids.
A Detroit man with prior felonies made it easy for the ATF to catch him breaking the law by posting all of the illegal things he was doing on social media. Javion Otis, whose Instagram handle is hawaii.jj, was tracked by ATF agents after they saw his posts with him holding guns, doing drugs, and bragging about committing fraud.
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